Countryclub Castelfusano

Piazza Castelfusano 1 , Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Thirty-six hours of contrasts

A travel blog entry by merlest54


... half of the travelling foursome held everyone up. The amiable Nord at the immigration desk (and he was GORGEOUS) asked me where we were going and when we were leaving. I told him the wrong date. My brain was mush by this time. He politely told me that we could only be in the Schengen countries for 90 days and the computer was telling him that we were to be there for 93 days. He then spent time setting out the consequences of this terrible action on ...

Magnificent Monuments

A travel blog entry by louize74


... excavations have discovered remainings of huts of XII century BC which witness the very old origins of Rome (but traditionally Rome is born "just" in 753 BC!). After the I century AD the Palatine became the residence of many Roman emperors who started to build a huge complex of buildings to be used as their private residences. Many emperors contributed in enriching this complex so that the Palatine became an enormous building and for ...

Back at the Airport

A travel blog entry by naddlepaddle


... thing I've noticed about coffee drinkers here is that they are often quite businesslike. In many cafes you pay for the drink at the counter, then bring the receipt further down and ask the man on the coffee machine to make it for you. I didn't know this at first, so I paid then waited around for my coffee to come. luckily a kind lady next to me explain in faltering English how things were done - but not before having a little laugh at me and saying "this isn't Starbucks!". ...

And on to Rome

A travel blog entry by marjen13


... It is amazing how much they have been able to excavate but there is still whole areas that remain undiscovered. The township of Pompeii today is a bust port today and it is now located 2 miles from this site as this is where the coastline ended up after all the lava flows cooled and the ash settled. On to Rome- we arrived and met our guide who took us on a walking tour. we made our way down the Spanish Steps to the fountain at the base and then on through ...

When in Rome...(1 of 2)

A travel blog entry by bmurdo


Rome...where to begin? Rome is big...but a different kind of big. It's walkable enough and really charming at times. But any given monument you encounter, or square, or cathedral, is just big. Grand - but not overdone by any means. Just the underlying history that's everywhere you look is so incredible! Read on to see how we fell in love with Rome in our 4.5 day visit...

So there we were standing at ...

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This hotel, located in the Nomentano area of Rome, is near Maximus Tours, Villa Torlonia, Santa Costanza, and Sant Agnese fuori le Mura.
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